A brief commercial, using entirely in-game footage and a jazzy guitar soundtrack, from Trilobyte's successful 'multimedia' CD-ROM update to the original, Myst-like CD-ROM showcase that was The 7th Guest.
Team Fortress 2 Trailer 1 by Valve Software, released via. Steam on July 19th, 2006. Original download page . This trailer shows the 9 classes in a short montage. It interestingly has old models and content which were changed before release - including the uniforms of the Soldier and Engineer, the old Demoman's MIRV (stick) grenade, the scout using a submachine gun instead of scattergun, the silenced pistol instead of a revolver for the spy, and the later-removed Medic syringe. The map used,... Topics: Valve, Team Fortress 2, TF2, Trailer
Team Fortress 2 Trailer 2 by Valve Software, released via. Steam on August 31st, 2006. Original download page . A longer trailer then the first, it has short scene segments detailing a class feature/short montage for 7 of the 9 classes. The medic is left out - only appearing in a cameo behind a box at 00:01:51, likely due to the changes in his abilities, with the healing gun and Ubercharge features not present at the time the trailer was made. The pyro lacks a scene, although is killed several... Topics: Valve, Team Fortress 2, TF2, Trailer
This clip, which is actually for two different TMNT games for the SNES and Genesis, is a prime example of video game adverting from the early 90's. Instead of going over the merits of each game, such as how the SNES version is an arcade conversion that improves upon the original, or how the Genesis version features totally original levels, in addition to being one of the very first Konami games ever for a Sega system, the ad instead concentrates on the show's catchphrase. So instead seeing the...